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Kim Kardashian: The BUTY call heard round the world

BUTY call! Miley in 10 years, and The Shawshank just got redemption. It's time for "Something Completely Different."

In this episode, CNBC's Jane Wells catches up with Guy Adami, managing director of stockMONSTER.com and one of the Fast Money Five on CNBC's "Fast Money," to get his take on fun stuff like Kim Kardashian as a stock ticker, Miley 10 years from now and tickers that make you snicker.

We're going off script to bring you the "news" the way you like it: All sarcasm, all the time.

(Read more: Josh Brown on twerking, Prancercise and drones)

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